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THE INTEWIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1911.
RUGS. OIL CLOTH,
TS, TRUNKS ETC
PUBLIC SALE OF FARM
Having iriilel to i-linnso climates
1 will on ""
September 28. 1911
xell mv fnrm of 7(1 J -2 iicn-i, nenr
old Mot'orinnck'n rlinroh 0 miles
vest of Stanford, Ky., it 1ms on it
n two story dwelling o 0 roomM,
double Imll. ; porches, concrete cel
lar, n luiyi' intern at the door, nil
recexsarv oiithuil.hiiKit, iiirlitdiiur a
lur-.ru toli.ieco Imrn, with cistern also
four never fuilinir Hiring on the
firm, "ne l",,,' fr"m l'nur'" nl"'
school, in one of the best iieijjhbor
lioodrt in l.ineoln nuntv, with the
luhnntnuo of a rural route and tulo
Will nl'O m-II 1 pair horse hiiiIim,
.ne family biiitirv liori e i-otn-
linisj borce ns ol n driver ns eim
be fonni! anywhere Jrind nmj Kentle,
any woman or c-luM can drie him.
'Si ewes, irocxl one-. 11 one him-:lred-snind
-hn.ite, II M and pic,
'fanning impli-nii-ntH of all hinds
ionsstinr f ""' HeeriiiB binder,
one turnint; plow, other plow, one
two liornr wrnioii, mid barnes. 2
l-umries. one rubber im- ns good m
wew. 2 set of liurtiw. other thin:
loo numerous to mention, HoiiM-hoM
mid kitchen furniture, this is ftll
f i,iiiinmtilv new. A lot of fowls,
mine pure utrnin white Wyandotte
rod white leghorns.
TeriiM mndr known on day of
71-.T J. l. f'Aim'.K. JK.
r I .
My borne containing 2 acres mid
l.'i poles of land, I miles south of
l.-inrnsti r l miles casi oi niinmni.
MK FARM EH: Mkc your home a modern for your family as a ice,
residence, and place youmelf in a position to get tho latest market quotation,
at anv time. This can bo aco.nujilii.hcil by meanaof our telephone wrvice
ubirl. vou and vour ncieliliora can u't r n mm that is email compared with
ihn iwiiofiU receive.!. Call or aildre.
the DCIICI1W receiviM. " y ; . .
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The Dry Fall Outing To
I f or the JHome Lircie ana rnvare rarties.
ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL 0NL Y $5.50. This includes your board and admission to the sev
eral routes In the Cave. One evenlna (or a promenade or dance.
A GRAND TWO DAYS' OUTING. Write or Phone L. & N.. Ticket Aflent.
L 11 . r II L
V Hf v II II I I
on I ix Hner at the forks of Ihn
road, Icailuig from tho Huddernrs
.Mill to (lilhoit's Creek station, menu
mill post office, which w one mile ,
I'lenty of fruit, (rood cisteni, rooi!
Imrn nnil n in 1 ilwel ni" anil nil out- I
buildings. Address I'rof. .1. Dat
Mn, (Albert's Creek Ky. 70-8. i
FARM FOR SALE OR RENT!
Will sell privately my farm nf
nbout 200 acre hi Lincoln county,
Ky., fl miles east of Stanford on
liix Itiu-r. 80 aeres in corn, .10
iu:ri's in meadow, balance in liluu
(irai, has a four room tenant bouse
2 goad barns ami other outhouse-
good Btoito spring bouse, small orch
ard. Plenty of Mock water, (,'ood
School linuso joinintr this farm.
Will Hell all together or in two sep-
ii i ate trnets. Terms cany. It not
nold will rent for cash for J012.
Will also sell half interest in 80
acres of corn to be cribbid on place
and 12') acres of -'iiss mid stalk
fields. Grass haMi't been grared
Mrs. Walter Warren.
FARM FOR SALE!
Wo wilt tell prirateiy a (arm ot
about 13U acres In l.tnco n county.
Ky., one-half mile from Crab Orch
ard, nicely locntcu, mogtl- bottom
land, very productive. Kvery ncro
tillable, an abundance of titock water
and egpecltlly adapted to corn anil
jjrann. (Jood tenant houne of tureo
roomg on farm. Tcrmii reasonable
Apply at onco to.
11. II. UronnuRb, ARcnt. A tf
our nearest oHice or write "reel w
"v"' -j-jo ----i .--- .
Round Trip from Stanford and
all Way Stations Regular train
4:40 A. M., cj R
Arr. Will Newell bought of Mr. Eff
Kcwell 20 fine shonts for a fancy
Mr. O. Sbcllon nnil faniilv from
near Phil, Cnoy ronntv, bn tented
tlio iiotiso of Mr. igliaiu. a wel
Mr. Hniilb Tucker wants to innko
us sweet; ho making niolasscn by
Mr. Walter Moser wishes the iiis
tako corrected which said in the hist
paper Mr. Walter Moocr. Ho says
he is not married yet.
Mr. mid Mm. Mount had n narrow
escape from denth the other day
when during nil electric storm the
Iioiimi was struck. There wns no'
much dnmngo done.
Mr. Ed. Coffman fell into u 17
foot well the other day. A bruised
head was tjic results.
Theio is only one timo in the year
when we have no lonler mound our
town tbut is when the, country road
i being worked. This operation is
on hand now and it does not seem
like the same plnee.
Several from Ircro attended tb
iiii Iliothers circus show nt Dan
Mr. l'raier of Somerset Is no
guest of Mr. Eff Xeuell.
Miis .Marguerite Ilout and Miss
I.uuni Siiiulidge lire iitleiidiinr sehoul
Ueniiis Tucker our colored black
smith has iihout recovered from a
hCU'le illness of tpboid fever.
Miss Irene .Morgan is very ill with
the typhoid fever.
Airs. M. A. .lories is iinpioing
Mr. John .Meier is building mi ad
dition to Mr. .Iiuios liaiigbiiiaii'.s
house at Moreland.
.Mr. (leorge Iiiinsfoid. 'foin.yrly
of Shelby City bus moved to High
land. His neiuhbois reirret his leav
ing. Mr. Snint Mucker received n mes-i-nge
a few days ngo of the death
of bis ciaiidf.ither, Mr. William Herl:
ley, of Henry enmity. He was 8"
j cars old.
Our mail has had few changes in
the last few days. We receive it at
7 u. in., when before we got it twice
a day. Some arc not satisfied with
this for when tbev get the news pa
peis'they are u hV old.
Mr. ami -Mis. Hugh Ilagby of
Itoekeastle has been the attnutiw'
gueat of .Mr. and Mrs. doe 1'. Van
luiok. An extremely pleasant oeml eent
of last week was .Mr. Walter MoserV
informal lcception on last Satuiduv
light in honor of Mr. Dm id Cmic
ot Mt. Vernon and Mr. Ileiinic floode
of Stanford. A. three courso din
ner wns served and niter thnf a
number of games wetc phtyed. All
left wiobin;; .Mi. and Mrs Mo-er a
Low Kxeiirsion Kates
Sunday. September 17, Sunday.
lletwcen Louisville, Le.xiiiNl.oii, Dan
Mile, (u-opgelown. Hiirrodsbiiig, Slid
byville Lawrcnccbiu-g. and Versailles
and iiiteiiiH'diate htations each direc
tion. .-si..")!! hitwceii Lexington. Dau
ille, tieorgetown and Louisville for
the round trip, tickets limited to le
t ill II mi d.lteol sale. Pnipoitionair-
v low rates between intermc.tiate
Consult nnv Southern Uailwnj
agent or w rite
H. C. Kinq. CTA Le.ingtoii, K
A. R. Cook. Dl'A LouNville, Ky
J. C. Beam. Jr. A PA St. I.oui.
Treei for Rocky Mountains.
IUrdy trees ot Europ are to b
planted on tbe slopes pf tbfl Jlockr
mountains, ,-.; fc"J.JSeT.V-.
GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER.
Arrangement! have been com-j.k-ted
wliervby we nrc enabled to
offer the daily Courier-Jouriiul until
.Oec ember HO.' ltHl and THE IN -
TEHIOK JOL'KN'AL one. full jenr for
only .fLSfl. Tbe regular price of
llu Courier Journal U 00 cents u
month. Tbij is a remarkable offer,
lend tho sMmer you send in your or
dr the Iwyer jou will get tho Cour
ier Jotmtnf. The political campaign
is, vii, keep1 posted by rending the I. J
,li .ittiif nit be t-ent to the Inter
ior JunnidJ '.ot to the Courier Journal.
(From the Hogwallow Kentuckinn)
Poko Enztey enme within twen
ty fivo cents of buying n. good bug
gy this week.
Sim Hinder is book ftom L'n Hid
ing llillows, where bo has been fol
lowuii: ft s(iiirrel nri.itud a tree.
Tim Jloor of the ilogwullow pot
offico saps so much on oinj siJe the
postmaster has bad to build up the
tolcs on one side ot bis shoes.
The Hog Ford pastor lias had
the benches in the chctire't white
washed in order t'hat tho public
tuny look nt the back of n man's
pants and tell whether ce not he
WJiile pnssing through ,t duk
t-tiip of woods nenr the (limlet
creek bridge the other night Fletch
er Heristcp wns held up by two
masked men nnil lobbed o? u fine
twist of chewing tobacco.
JeffcMon Potlorkf was .'ailed to
Ihestraw this morring on a pleas
ure trip. lie earned with him n
load of wngop wheels and nil outlry
ol blacksmith's tools, in order that
he would not be delayed if bo 'ia-1 n
Cricket Hicks hns ieturiie.1 fion:
the Calf Hib f-ectiou, wheie for
i no day 4 he he'd down an 'mf r
Imit ptxition at :i sorghum mill,
lie has not yet decided what work
he will cuga?.- in in II." t'llmc but
will tnk" n miicii uerdid icst nt l-o
Miss !:os.-..l;i M(isliv is bc.M.i.iug
oi.e ol our most tule.ltud siuic.is
mid her fame is spiendiug for he-
yniiil the conliiv.'-' of this votng
piceinct. She luii very slroi.g
vuee, a -d sonieliiiH'n wheii'sha L'ct
to iiuing tho nunieiiee i is mi get
mi and move bnck
A larve belled Imrznrri. winch
eoines to oil coiuiiMt'iiy each eai
ba- a-.'ain put in hi nntiunl nppeor-
ance. haxiim been seen tiyiug man
over tint section one day this veofc.
Knr. Hailow, who ciiuiim m ne an
eipert pistol shot, dnt-- that he
rang the bell five tia.e- baud run-
HEN HATCHES SNAKES.
A disnateh to iho Courier-Journal
from Lancaster, (-aid Inst week: A
lew days since Dr. It. r. alters, thoroughbred lilack Jleikslure sow
of this "ity, found in the grass in and pigs, 3 thoroughbred black I'.erk-
his back lot seven Miiull eggs, which hhife 'Jilts.
he hiipposed were laid there by a 1 black Berkshire boar, 13 months
(Uiiil that had been frequenting hiB old, subject to register, 1 yciung boar
premises. Knowing that hens of the thoroughbred black Berkshire, 1 red
b.unyard type have sometimes hatch Duroc sow and pigs, 3 grade sows
ed out eggs (,f this kind, he proceed- mid nigs, 'JO head of s-hoats averag
ed to place them carefullyuinler one ing 1'io pounds to he sold in lots of
of his Plymouth Hock brooding hens 3 to fi or as a whole if not sold pre
hopmg thus to get n hatch of entail ious to sale, 1 buggy and harness.
;.i,.. ili.it inn r.-sii teii in n brood ol
-evi-n small snakes. The doctor had
fuiled signally to differentiate as to
the egg-; lie had set snake egg-, be
lieving they were the eggs of inia'l
The b"ii. nt first quizzical and un
certain. eems now wholly lecomdl
ed to uiolheiiiig mi issue that i- al
together nioiistrou-. Till- unnatural
brood i- lollowing biddy daily about
er the piemises, responding
prompllj to her frequent niotherlj
. nils to Jake the iu-eetivoroits p.ibu
I ,m whieli she has captured for their
benefit. Thi- food -he conveys to
their open mouth- with her beak.
They are growing rapidly nnd tak
ing on llc-h peiceptibly each day.
The creeping anomaly i- attracting
BASE BALL UP TO NOW.
The game was called with Molas--is
at '.'" tii-k. Small Pot
eatebnig. Coal was, in the box and In
bad bus tf steam, iloin was play
ing first base, and fiddle second ba-e
Corn war. in the field nnd Apple '.'.i
umpire. Wun. i:c came to the bat,
he ciiiqve.I. fnld Coal let Ur'c!; wud.
and S.i.vdi -t filled t-.-J b-N-e.- f-'ctig
nude a 'lit md Twcntv ui.tde u -eon-Lverv
foot of firouud kicked and
said'Ap?io s H'ttnu IbjIK""!
stalled to !. It but went up in the
air, then C.l.v iy tri"l it but he
a wild one. When Spider caught a
fl tho cro.s 1 clu-eied. Oil L'e kept
fcooling :b :.iuue uulu to.il buiul
him with a pitched bull, then you
ought to-lVe heard lee Crenm.
Cabbage had a god head nttd kept
o-.iiet. (im--. "oeied lots .it gro-iil.l
on the fi-v.i Orga'i nf'i ' I t ll.i
land bread loafed uroiiud nnd put
him. 't. , In the littli inning Wind
began lo blow nbout what he could
do and Jlmnmer hcirim to knock.
itheu the Tree bt-gali to leave. Knife
was put out for cutting lirt litise.
There was lot of belting on tho
game and Kggs wei t urcikd but Soap
clenut-d up. The nil kicked when
in Ule bent of the gaimf C't'al was
,ui out, but not until he bad ionsted
Pork iiood .l)ic Juud for bis piiiend-
cdnes-. HallooM weul in the nir aguu
.. 1 Ii.... I... . i. ...... Tl .. .....!
was I to 0 when Ap1e told J-'iddle
wiu-il I iu- uti-'llll i(T ron. i ne o.un.
to fake the base. OjiU wh- shocked
not liming n ginin of &?
Some made miotber hit 'nd Tr.nu
l.me tried to slide but wn uf out.
Ment wns plaing for a big fltrke
but w.is put out at the plate nfW he
nit ro.isted bv the umniic. LAjnr
i-aiil if ho had pitched the game i
would have shut them all out
After having tried for some time
wo have succeeded in securing the
agency for the M. Jc N Laundry
of exingtoii, Kv one of the finest
in the State. All patronage will be
incepted. Wilkinson and Carter.
NOTICE OF SALE!
Lincoln Circuit Court
J. I. C'rtio Threshing Slnchine Co.,
I'luintiff vs A. H. Uastin, Defend
ant. l'ursunnt to a judgment of sale
rendered in the above styled cause
nt tho May term, 1011 of said court
the undersigned will on Saturday
September lflth 1011, nt about 2:30
I. M., on the farm of Hub Reynolds'
nbout ono half mile from Ike Lick
on tho Crab Orchard mid Somerset
load, offer for sale at public outcry
to the highest and best bidder the
lollowing deseiibcd personal proper
"One J. I. Case Threshing machine
Company's 75 horse power traction"
engine, Xo. 23,-l07, one engine cab,
together with all the needed tools,
belts and nil of the nppurtenuuecs
thereunto belonging, to mako a com
plete engine jncketed boiler contrac
tor ,fucl bunkers, freight wheels, and
five sets of tracks, less long part
tpliccd tongue double trees mid neck
The said property is now located
lit tbe place where sale will occur nnd(
in Pulaski, county..
The said property will be sold on
ii credit of six months, and the pur
chaser will be required to give bond
for the piiiehnse price, with approv
ed personal security, payable to the
commNsioner, and bearing six per
cent interest from date of sale.
He will first oflcr tho Traction
engine and nppnrtcnnnces ns a whole
imd Mill then offer for sale the five
irucK, nnil win men oner xne cnuro
property as a whole, and will accept
the bid which renli.es the most money
Thi-, Ati'iist .!ltli, 1011. (10-3
II. H.SAUFLEV, Special Com'r.
,vji scn nt oublic auction nt'
,nv pac,. nt, jt. Salem, Heginnmg
at 0 a. in., on
Wednesday. Sept. 20 1911
1 4-year-old inare mule lC-1 IiikIi,
ii good one, 1 good brood mare with
mare mule colt. 1 mnre in fonl to
Dinnitv IXire. 1 thoroughbred Jersej-
cow and calf, 'i yearling calves, 1
.lounie team wagon nnrncss, -ij
"hirKen-, household and kitchen fnr-
Terms made known on day of
J. S. CARPENTER,
Religion and Butlnest.
Many of tho cathedrals ot Europe
are situated beside markets, and traf
ficking ia done upon their steps and
clear up tnto their recessed portals.
Of registered and high grade stock
at Caqientcr's Stock Farm, former
ly owned by Thos. C. Ilumber, who
was the founder nnd director in the
Lincoln County Nntional Rank, of
Stanford. Ky. This sale will take
Thursday, Sept. 21, 1911
at 0 :30 A. M., 1 l-'2 miles from Crab
Orchard, Ky., on the ChappeH's Gap
pike. The following live stock will
be disposed of:
1 C-year-old chestnut sorrel Gold-clust-Naboth
roekawny nnd coach
horse, not afr.iid of trains or auto
mobiles, drives we.ll; .J-jeitr-nld. Gal
lon bay gelding, broken to drive, out
of Clay nuirer 1 4-year-old Galtou
ba vgelding, extra nice horses, both
ofthese and subject to register; 1
2-yoar-old Chester Jewel bay horse,
1 8-yenr-oltl Denmark brood nnd
work maio; 1 0-year-obl Shetland
pony by Blue Eyes; 1 4 -year-old
pony by Dock Gray with horse colt
by her Bide by Reid's bay stallion;
I Dignity D.trc suckling filly out of
Clay mure; 1 C-year-old jack, hs
eelsior, by Tevis' Emperor; his colts
have sold for $0.'i to $125 and 90
per cent of his colts are mnrcs; 1
. t fi?1l.
yearling jack iiy Harris- iuy
Keene; 4 good jennets, 3 good Work
mules, 1 pair yeriing mules, 3 suck
ling mules; 3 Jersey heifers with
i-alves. 1 !.enr-old hieli grade heif
er, I yearling heifer; 1 2-ycar-olif
and 1 yeniliug heifer subject to reg
M'ter, 1 weanling lieiter ot n.gi. grace
i. . ..... .... 1.
1 -i-yt-Vir-OICl lllgll grauu uerse iu
with heifer cnlf, 1 O-yoar-nld high
j.mile Jersey Cow. The dams of this
Mock have nil been Fold for $."0 to
473 cch; 2 good Jersey bulla, 1 nod
2 years old, subject to I'cgUter, J
tine Shorthorn mi:k caw, fi stcerM, 1
irtml veiif olil nml .10 efey.
' Terms made known on day of 8fcf
Diniior on grounds. Persons nr
livilig by trnifl can be convened fo
farnl from depot by public conveyances-.
Ot'. J. G Carpenter' &. Stfn,l
.U. R D: 1'. CRAf, ORCHARD, K.
Col. J. P, Cliundler. Auctioneer.
We Are Showing A
Full Line Of Queen Qual
ity Shoes In Fall Styles.
We have just received our
Of- Ladies' Shoes in pat
ents, Vicis, Gun Metal, Vel
vets, Cravenettes. Suedes,
This is the famous May Mantell
line which is noted for quality,
style and snap in
We invite you to
pare this line of goods before pur
chasing. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO.
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes
Main Building Containing 80,000 Squ tet of Exhibit pe.
A Most Magnificent and Novel Kxaloltatfen'ef N
llctaurcas of the Entire Appalachian .Raglan
u,50-00?-,rt. ,"UMB1 V,J,",loni vVrylna In ViMir,7ruRJmi?ii.igri.'tfiir
f,l.!Si' F"" vUion toufnimtnl. fnerml pr.MnUtlon Jof tho
hlatortc p.ctacK, iBjttli f Klng-l MoUfitiln," lit pmitu pyrottctmlc.
ta.000 In preoildm. foe1 liv (took, hefllcultural and lri.ulturil"dTi.
play, poultry and pat atotk. auidm.blle rfd hor.. racing, arte avary con.
ctlvabl Una of Industrial and cwnmtrclif nttrpr,e.
Tha maat Complata t.hlblt of tlmbtf arl4 mlntral producta of th 6otlh
thi'tJut yat baan aasamblad,
PrJavdant Taft, Pkr Chaa
ion HarmV?. Gov. Ban W. Hooper,
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X -.aBaaaWV .
A. Th Bat r vn Ta Aay
inspect and com
ier ill JB' l
to October 1
Olart. Qov. Woodrow Wllaon. Gov. Jud.
Col. William J. Oryan and many othar
arrv win u guiu ana paKtr$
to 6cteber 1